Kayla Gaskins

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Kayla joined WJHG in March 2016 as a general assignment reporter. This Florida Native is happy to be back in the Sunshine State. For the past two years she worked at the Fox News Channel headquarters in New York City. Kayla first moved to Manhattan as a paid intern for Fox News Chanel's Gretchen Carlson. At the end of her internship she accepted a full time job offer as a PA for Fox Business's "Kennedy", then went on to work as the personal assistant for Fox News Channel's Greg Gutfeld.

Kayla is a proud alumni of the University of Florida. Go Gators! She graduated in 2014 from UF's College of Journalism with a degree in Telecommunications-News. While at UF she worked as a general assignment reporter for the PBS affiliate on campus, WUFT-TV and WUFT-FM.

When she is not at work, Kayla loves outdoors. You can find her going for a run the beach, perfecting her photography skills, or just exploring. She also enjoys dancing, traveling, attending Gator sporting events and spending time with her parents, two younger sisters and toy poodles Cesar and Cleo!

If you have a story idea she would love to hear it. You can reach to Kayla by Facebook, Twitter or email.


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